One Bug, One Drug (September 24th, 2014) A blog post from our chairman, Barry The British Public recently voted that the Longitudinal Prize for 2014 should focus on the rising resistance to antibiotics. The Nesta website states that the growth of anti-microbial resistance will impact all of us, and that the overuse of antibiotics has allowed bacteria to evolve resistance, leading to the emergence of untreatable superbugs that threaten the basis of modern medicine. The Government’s Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies supports this. She has recently said that the danger of resistant antibiotics should be ranked alongside terrorism on …
We are about to launch our exciting new packaging and thought you’d like a sneak-preview. Please don’t worry though – it’s only the packaging that’s changed. Symprove is still the same, effective formulation it’s always been. We are working hard to get our new website up and running and the new packaging out to you. We hope to have this all done in the next week.
Team Symprove had a fantastic weekend attending the ‘Allergy & Free From Show’ 4th – 6th July at Olympia, London. The Team met lots of lovely customers and Health Care Practitioners all very keen on hearing the latest news about our beneficial bugs & taking away some product at special show prices. Thank you to all who attended and we look forward to seeing you at the next event; Camexpo 4th – 5th October 2014 at Olympia, London.
The product ‘speaks for itself’. However, we’re delighted that pharmacy customers up and down the UK have voted Symprove Best New Product beating all other ‘naturals’ categories. Sponsored by Target Publishing, the Natural Pharmacy Lifestyle magazine is packed full of interesting articles and recipes to encourage people to live a healthier life. Thanks to everyone who voted for Symprove. We’ve only been available on the high street for the last year and this is our first award.
Our bottles of ‘beneficial’ bacteria are now in ‘Tesco Extras’ around the country. Nutri Centre, the healthcare specialists, have joined up with Tesco to promote health and wellbeing across the nation – and as they say, every little helps! For all you Tesco shoppers with an unbalanced gut, why not consider putting Symprove on your shopping list? Our bottles of ‘friendly’ bacteria, help to restore balance in the gut. 1 in 5 Tesco shoppers experience an unbalanced gut from time to time. Check out the new healthcare aisle in your local Tesco store, talk to the in-store pharmacy team if you’d …
If you’ve taken a Course of Symprove or are on a maintenance dose and you know what our unique strains of ‘beneficial’ bugs do for you, please complete the following survey. You’ll be helping to point people in the right direction. Please click here: Symprove survey
Research and education are a pivotal part of Symprove’s activities and with this in mind, we’ll be taking part in the CAM Digestive Conference this Saturday 22 June. Mike Butler, CEO commented: “Education and clinical research are vital in building industry, medical, practitioner and customer/patient confidence when recommending or choosing food supplements. This vision is central to the Symprove Research & Development Programme. Practitioners carry a lot of responsibility as advisors within the healthcare sector. The CAM Digestive Conference brings practitioners right up-to-date with new knowledge and insights.”
As a bioscience company, we understand so much more about our beneficial bacteria due to Mr Petri and his life-saving invention. Thanks to Mr Petri fostering bugs in a dish, we can help to foster ‘good bacteria’ in your gut. Thousands of you already know what Symprove does for you. Happy 161st birthday Mr Julius Richard Petri!
What are you doing to look after your micro flora? Our extraordinary gut microbes help to support the metabolic activities which are essential to keep us alive and healthy. Look after your microbial garden and if you’re showing signs of an unbalanced gut – take action! Restore and maintain balance. To learn more about your internal ecosystem, check out the articles on our Facebook page from Scientific American. They’re a fascinating read.
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